Courses of Study: Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, Grade 9 - 12, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems II, 2009

1.) Demonstrate the handling, storage, and disposal of chemicals and materials in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations.

2.) Evaluate electrical and electronic systems diagnosis to determine necessary actions.

•  Verifying customer concerns regarding electric and electrical systems
3.) Justify necessary action for electrical and electronic systems concerns.

4.) Compare appropriate tests and battery service procedures for conventional and hybrid electrical systems.

5.) Differentiate between electrical and mechanical problems associated with starting system diagnosis.

•  Determining service procedures for starting systems
6.) Diagnose charging systems to determine corrective action.

7.) Determine procedures for lighting system repairs.

•  Identifying safety hazards associated with high intensity components
8.) Diagnose incorrect operation of engine components to determine corrective action.

9.) Determine necessary actions for inspecting and repairing malfunctions in horn, wiper, and washer systems.

10.) Determine repairs for accessory malfunctions related to automotive electrical and electronic systems.